Last but not least, there are projects like Dee Dee's Laboratory, that isn't a new programming language but I don't have a better place for it.
In the end, code doesn’t make software – people and communities do.
When overwhelmed unemployment insurance systems malfunctioned during the pandemic, governments blamed the sixty-year-old programming language COBOL. But what really failed?
They let ideology come before pragmatic engineering.
Why and how exceptions are still better for performance, even in Go
Writing parsers from scratch. Why simpler is better and why you don't need a parser generator.